Comments on: A new kind of battlefield awaits the U.S. military – megacities Thu, 21 Jul 2016 07:57:19 +0000 hourly 1 By: LiMu Fri, 08 Apr 2016 08:41:11 +0000 “Russia provoked a war in Syria and we’re supposed to care that they are now losing?

Not our problem.”

Solidar. You need to read the article properly before commenting. Also, buying yourself an atlas might also help.
The article isn’t saying anything at all about Russia in Syria.
It mentions Grozny, which isn’t in Syria at all. It’s referring to the Chechen war. Grozny is in the south of Russia.

Also, Russia never provoked a war in Syria. It was going on for 5 years before Russia got involved.

By: Faxus Thu, 07 Apr 2016 12:41:25 +0000 Based on past performance, we don’t seem to be very good at “effectively piecing together a comprehensive and actionable intelligence picture, and under enormously challenging circumstances.” It would seem to me that we should be trying to find a better way of using the data that we already collect to make sure than when we bomb them that we bomb the intended target and not kill innocent civilians much less turn their neighborhoods into battlegrounds.

By: Solidar Wed, 06 Apr 2016 16:47:30 +0000 Russia provoked a war in Syria and we’re supposed to care that they are now losing?

Not our problem.

By: Mottjr Wed, 06 Apr 2016 15:58:27 +0000 Russia should have finished this job in Syria.

This US/NATO’s fomented conflict to have killed off 250,000+ and continued to-date with Kerry’s so-called “peace-deal” that simply armed rebels with more sophisticated arms leading to current-day prolonging of the killing-fields.

Senseless waste of US tax payer dollars spreading massive-grief – all in the name of yet-another – regime-change.

By: Solidar Wed, 06 Apr 2016 15:49:47 +0000 Maybe we could just quit getting involved in third world civil wars for a while?

Muslim civil wars = muslim problem.

I don’t care what twitter says.